When I was first applying to graduate school, I soon realized that I was not alone. I reached out to several undocumented graduate students who guided and supported me throughout the application process. With the help of an entire community, I was able to pursue my Master’s degree in Sociology and I am now in my fourth year of doctoral study at Harvard University. It has taken the support of many to apply and navigate graduate school. That is why, I am excited to share with you all that at My Undocumented Life blog, we have created a national network for prospective, current, and former undocumented graduate students!
It is our hope that this network will serve as the space to:
– Connect with fellow prospective/current/former undocumented grad school students across the country
– Share/receive helpful information and resources such as scholarships, internships, fellowships, programs, and much more
– Be part of a growing safe and support network
– Work together to increase the number of undocumented students applying to and completing graduate/med/law school
If you are a prospective, current, or former undocumented graduate/med/law student, please consider joining by filling out the form at the end of this post.
You will then be added to our mailing listserv where you can share your experience, advice, resources, questions, and/or concerns about pursuing graduate school as an undocumented student.
If you have any questions and/or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to connecting with you!
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